Tamil Nadu Gets The Best Roaming Tariff On The Reliance Network

By March 9th, 2011 AT 12:45 PM

Tamil Nadu Gets The Best Roaming Rate Tariffs On The Relaince NetworkReliance today announced a tariff with special roaming rates for its CDMA and GSM subscribers in Tamil Nadu.

Reliance CDMA and GSM customers can now enjoy incoming and outgoing calls to any network at 1 paise per second.

The offer is available on recharge of Rs 82 and tariff will be valid for 365days.

Mr. Rakesh Singh, HUB Head – TN & Kerala  Reliance Communications cited “The need to stay connected is compelling users to pay higher tariffs. There is a need for value proposition for roaming user and Reliance Mobile fulfills the demand with its new value offer. Reliance has always been the pioneer of affordable telecommunication for the masses. Bringing down the cost of roaming tariff’s, will not only usher in new levels of affordability for telephony but will also create improved productivity for the Indian population.” said

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BSNL is providing this facility free of cost

Mane
Mane

Dear abijit please not this plan is also available pan india.
I called reliance and they told this plan is available for all circle.

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